iconsBerlin kicks off its spring campaign for app developers today by offering its iPhone and iPad tab bar icons at a 59% discount for the 588 icon set for a limited time. The icon collection is divided into 31 categories, the assignment of the division resembles the App Store. This full set of icons support high resolution retina display of the iPhone 4, iPhone 5 & the new iPad in a size of 60 x 60 pixels. App developers will also get all icons from the collection in the size of 30 x 30 pixels.
Dresden, Germany - The design label iconsBerlin offers its iPhone and iPad tab bar icons in its spring campaign for app developers. The label currently grants 59% discount for the 588 icon set for a limited time. The iOS package is offered at Euro 19.90 instead of Euro 48.50.
The icon collection is divided into 31 categories, the assignment of the division resembles the App Store. Among these are for example the theme "education", "finance", "sport", "weather", "Social", "economy", "travel", as well as alphabets, numbers and more.
The collection includes 588 tab bar icons for iOS apps. All available in a set of icons support the high resolution retina display of the iPhone 4, iPhone 5 and the new iPad, the tab bar icons appear on the in a size of 60 x 60 pixels. App developers will also get all icons from the collection in the size of 30 x 30 pixels, which come on the iPhone 3, iPad 1 and iPad mini to use.
The icon collection is available at iconsBerlin.com. Once you pay, the icon set can be downloaded directly. Single icon purchase is available for smaller projects as well. The developer requests a selection of icons.Read more: http://www.iconsberlin.com
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